BRAIN and NERVE Shinkei Kenkyu no Shinpo Volume 70, Issue 7 (July 2018)
Japanese

Molecular Mechanisms for Learning and Memory: What Happens at the Synapses? Wataru Kakegawa 1 , Michisuke Yuzaki 1 1Department of Physiology, Keio University School of Medicine Keyword: 運動記憶・学習 , シナプス , 小脳 , デルタ2型グルタミン酸受容体 , C1qファミリー分子 , motor learning and memory , synapse , cerebellum , GluD2 receptor , C1q-family proteins pp.677-687
Published Date 2018/7/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1416201069
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Abstract

The synapse is a structure connecting neurons in the brain, which is crucial for learning and memory. Accumulating evidence suggests that synapses continuously change in function and structure in response to learning and memory. Especially, in the cerebellum, which underlies motor learning and memory, synapses are highly dynamic throughout life. Recently, various types of molecules involving synapse integrity, learning and memory, such as δ-type glutamate receptors (GluD receptors) and C1q-family proteins, have been identified.


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70巻7号 (2018年7月)
電子版ISSN 1344-8129 印刷版ISSN 1881-6096 医学書院

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